Andrew Fishman is the former Managing Editor of The Intercept Brasil. His reporting focused on security, technology, human rights, Brazil, and documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Previously, as a freelance journalist and multimedia producer, his work appeared on NPR, Al Jazeera English, Bloomberg TV, and other outlets. He lives in Rio de Janeiro and is fluent in Portuguese.
Jair Bolsonaro’s Pro-Coup Rally: September 7 Is Shaping Up to Be Brazil’s January 6
With his reelection prospects dimming, Bolsonaro’s supporters are ramping up their version of the pro-Trump rally that led to the Capitol riot.
Brazil’s Indigenous Groups Mount Unprecedented Protest Against Destruction of the Amazon
Brazil’s largest-ever Indigenous protest came amid efforts by Jair Bolsonaro and his allies to pave the way for industry in the Amazon.
Bolsonaro Allies in Brazilian Congress Push Sweeping Electoral Changes to Keep Hold on Power
From gutting election finance rules to decriminalizing corruption, the Brazilian right wants to pass the new laws in time for the 2022 elections.
“Worst of Brazil”: Covid-19 Vaccine Corruption Implicates Top Bolsonaro Allies
A steady trickle of new information from a Senate probe is showing how vaccine shortages are linked to corruption.